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REBUS
Good pedagogy begins with an understanding of how people learn. This project establishes a faculty-to-faculty network with the goal of providing a rich resource of innovative, inquiry-based environmental field experiences and course materials.

Research
Research on the Environment Research on Learning about the Environment

Pedagogy
This section provides ideas on teaching about environmental topics and issues, with links to pedagogical resources and environmental datasets. The section is organized by topic. (Section will be updated after the ...

Culture
This page will provide information on cultural influence on environmental policy and decisions.

People
This page will describe the people involved in the project and their collaborative efforts to engage colleagues across the Associated Colleges of the Midwest and at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora and the ...

Student Recruitment
The target population for this program is advanced students with foundational training in environmental studies, encompassing studies from the natural, social sciences, and humanities. A minimum of 16 U.S. ...

Faculty Recruitment
In the United States, faculty will be solicited from the existing FIPSE project advisory committee, which consists of one member from each Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) institution. If a member of the ...

Discussions
Use this area to share references and curricular ideas. REBUS Discussions   Notify me of new posts in this threadspool» id ThreadPosts Most Recent Posting=238 ...

News
ACM/Brazil Faculty Meeting at Colorado College Saturday March 3, 2012 Project Lead: Mike Taber, Colorado College (Lead Campus), Education Confirmed Attendees Peter Blasenheim, Colorado College, History Brian ...

Program Results
First year exchange results: 8 students from UFJF attended four different ACM Colleges (2 at each): Beloit College, Carleton College, Colorado College, and Ripon College. 9 ACM students from Carleton College, ...



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